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The Conditional Access System: The Dynamics of À La Carte Pricing for Cable Television in India

@article{Jayakar2011TheCA,
  title={The Conditional Access System: The Dynamics of {\`A} La Carte Pricing for Cable Television in India},
  author={Krishna P. Jayakar},
  journal={International Journal of Communication},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={21}
}
This is a case study of the introduction of a la carte pricing for cable television in India. In 2002, a new law was passed requiring the introduction of a nationwide conditional access system (CAS) (addressable cable), but administrative problems and court challenges delayed its implementation until 2007 and limited it to some localities in the four largest cities. At a substantive level, the case supports incrementalist theories of policymaking that argue that radical policy changes mobilize… Expand

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